Working in Brisbane and Melbourne, touring nationally and internationally, debase has been creating new shows since 1998.
We produce a wide range of work for a wide range of audiences, from children’s theatre to cabaret and everything in-between.
For debase, the relationship with our audience is paramount. This is reflected in the way we create and program work with and for specific audiences.
Available for tour
Liz Skitch’s ground-breaking new show directed by Maude Davey is now available for tour. Exploring the changes and surprises that one encounters on entering motherhood, Mothermorphosis premiered at La Mama in 2018, played to sold out houses and received critical acclaim:
“You couldn’t ask for a show that channels the spirit of La Mama with more irreverence and passion” – Cameron Woodhead, The AgeMAKE AN ENQUIRY
What’s happening in 2020 …
Two performers wander into a dusty room. Suddenly the space is illuminated, filled with vintage leotards, glittering with sequins, Lycra in every colour of the rainbow. One by one, the performers pull on the Lycra and are transformed. Who were the women who wore these leotards? What were their secrets? And how many interpretive dance routines will there be?
Featuring real-life stories from female-identifying bodies from all walks (and dances) of life, this is a not-to-be-missed theatrical extravaganza. Boyle and Waters in LEOTARD is one of a dazzling array of performance events happening as part of the Metro Arts, With Love festival in February, 2020.
Warmwaters will be bringing the watery love to the Woodford Folk Festival, continuing their triumphant 2019 intranational tour that has launched their concept EP – InExperience.
Catch them at the Parlour on Saturday 28th December from 12.20 for their full-length show, or that night for a spot in the Deluxe Cabaret starting at 7.30, also in the Parlour.
“David Megarrity and Bridget Boyle dance on the knife edge of hilariously oblivious and utterly self-aware. … Warmwaters had the intimate audience in the palm of their hands”
“Funny and clever, skilfully woven in unexpected ways” – ridehomereview
“timeless and universal humour” – popculture-y.com